Best smoothies in Toronto

Whether you prefer fruit or vegetables, there are lots of places to grab a freshly made smoothie in Toronto. Establishments across the city are making delicious blends with unique and tasty flavour combinations and energizing proteins. Here are the best smoothies in Toronto. [Photo of Kupfert & Kim by Jennifer D’Agostino]

The Good Press

87 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1C1

Located in Yorkville, The Good Press sells fresh and organic smoothies. Made to order the menu has a vast selection of fruit and vegetable smoothies. The menu includes Super Boost made with strawberries, E3 Live Shot, flax oil and orange, Big Breakfast made with dates, banana, cinnamon, flax oil and your choice of protein. There are also shots of E3 Live, ginger, turmeric and more.

Fuel Plus

471 Church St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2C5

Fuel+ offers traditional smoothies and smoothie bowls. The Acai Berry Smoothie Bowl has no sugar added and is made with fresh fruit like raspberries, pomegranate, blackberries and countless more options! The delicious smoothie bowl is made to order.

The Grow Op

222 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z9

The Grow Op is a casual vegetarian eatery that has a vast selection of smoothies. They mix fruit and spinach into delicious flavour profiles that will have you going back for more. Try a smoothie that mixes house pressed hemp milk, banana, cacao powder, pink Himalayan salt and medjool dates. The smoothies are 16 ounces.

Fresh on Bloor

326 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W5

Fresh is a popular vegetarian spot for many across the city. Along with a delicious menu of vegetarian eats, guests can try the freshly made smoothies. The selection includes Rainbow a mix of raspberry, orange, banana, strawberry and blueberry, and Energizer a mix of kale, romaine, spinach, orange, strawberry, blueberry and banana. The smoothies come in three sizes – 12 ounces, 16 ounces and 32 ounces.

Kupfert & Kim

100 King St, York, ON M9N 1L3

Kupfert & Kim may have a small selection of smoothies, but they all pack intense flavours. The smoothies include Green (Crowd-Pleaser) Smoothie made with organic kale, banana, pear, lime, hemp seeds, ginger and mint, and the Very Green (More Hardcore) Smoothie made with kale, pear, chia, mint, parsley, lemon and spirulina. You can also try the blueberry smoothie and the vanilla cacao smoothie. All the smoothies are organic.

Bolt Fresh Bar

1170 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

The selection of smoothies at Bolt Fresh Bar is plentiful. They offer delicious flavour combinations like the Lemon Tart a coconut milk, banana, dates, vanilla, lemon, hemp hearts, lucuma, lemon zest and sea salt mixture. The Almond Delight, a mixture of almond milk, banana, cinnamon, vanilla, maca, chia seeds, and maple syrup comes with an optional cold brew coffee shot. You can also add Sunwarrior Protein, matcha, Epic Protein, avocado, ginger and more.

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